Royal Naval Division - WW1
Horse Guards Parade
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- First World War (1914-1918)
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SALONICA 1916 FRANCE AND BELGIUM 1916-1919/ 1914 - 1918 IN MEMORY OF THE OFFICERS AND OTHER RANKS OF THE ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION ANTWERP 1914 GALLIPOLI 1915-1916/ BLOW OUT YOU BUGLES, OVER THE RICH DEAD/ THERE'S NONE OF THESE SO LONELY AND POOR OF OLD/ BUT, DYING HAS MADE US RARER GIFTS THAN GOLD/ THESE LAID THE WORLD AWAY: POURED OUT THE RED/ SWEET WINE OF YOUTH; GAVE UP THE YEARS TO BE./ OF WORK AND JOY, AND THAT UNHOPED SERENE/ THAT MEN CALL AGE: AND THOSE WHO WOULD HAVE BEEN/ THEIR SONS, THEY GAVE THEIR IMMORTALITY. THIS MEMORIAL DESIGNED BY SIR EDWIN LUTYENS/ WAS UNVEILED ON THE HORSE GUARDS PARADE AT THE/ CORNER OF THE ADMIRALTY ON/ APRIL 25TH 1925 THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF/ THE LANDING OF GALLIPOLI/ REERECTED ON THIS SITE 1951
Grade II* (England)